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Supreme Court limits government's power to revoke citizenship

SCOTUS limits gov't ability to revoke citizenshipThe Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a naturalized immigrant can’t be stripped of their citizenship for making false statements during the naturalization process that are irrelevant to an immigration official's decision to grant or deny citizenship.

A unanimous court said the government must establish that an immigrant’s illegal act during the naturalization process played some role in acquiring citizenship. When the underlying illegal act is a false statement, the justices said a jury must decide whether the false statements altered the naturalization process and influenced the immigration official's decision.

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Police officer stabbed in neck at Michigan airport

Police officer stabbed at Flint airportA police officer was stabbed in the neck on Wednesday at a Michigan airport by a Canadian-born suspect who yelled "Allahu Akbar" in a possible act of terrorism, according to NBC News.

Authorities say the officer, identified by local news outlets as Lt. Jeff Neville, is in stable condition.

A witness told the Flint Journal he was dropping off his daughter at Bishop International Airport when he saw the injured officer.

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Dust storm leads to fatal 25-car pileup near Ariz., NM border

Dust storm kills several in pileupSeveral people were killed in a massive pileup near the border of Arizona and New Mexico on Monday, according to authorities, who attributed the crashes in part to a dust storm.

The New Mexico State Police Department said 25 vehicles — 18 commercial motor vehicles and seven passengers vehicles — were involved in the crash, resulting in multiple fatalities and injuries, ABC affiliate KVIA reported.

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Otto Warmbier Dies After Returning To U.S.

Otto Wermbier diesto Warmbier, the former University of Virginia student who returned home to the U.S. last week after spending more than a year imprisoned in North Korea, died on Monday afternoon, his family said.

“Unfortunately, the awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans ensured that no other outcome was possible beyond the sad one we experienced today,” his parents said in a statement.

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Supreme Court to hear partisan gerrymandering case

Supreme Court to hear gerymandering caseThe Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case from Wisconsin that could clarify whether redistricting plans can be unconstitutional because they're too partisan.

Last November, a three-judge panel ruled, 2-1, that the Republican-drawn maps for Wisconsin's state assembly were impermissibly biased against Democrats.

The high court also signaled Monday that it may well split along partisan lines. The justices voted, 5-4, to stay a requirement that the state file a new redistricting plan by Nov. 1. All the Democratic appointees dissented.

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Activist behind Planned Parenthood videos may go to jail

Activist behind Planned Parenthood video may go to jailThe anti-abortion activist behind the videos accusing Planned Parenthood of selling “baby parts,” as he put it, could be going to prison. And now his criminal defense lawyers could join him.

Late last month, David Daleiden and his team of criminal attorneys allegedly flouted multiple injunctions and court-issued seals by posting more shocking videos of abortion providers and identifying 14 of the John/Jane Does participating in the state criminal complaint against him and his recording partner Sandra Merritt. Those names were previously under a court seal.

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Justice Department switches sides to favor management in Supreme Court case

Justice Dept. switches sides to fave management against workersThe DOJ said Friday that it will switch sides in a Supreme Court case, dropping its previous support for workers to throw its weight behind management.

The case, NLRB v. Murphy Oil, addresses whether an employment contract that requires the employee to waive his or her right to bring a class-action lawsuit against the employer violates the National Labor Relations Act.

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